Post by undonnadieaburrido on Mar 13, 2020 21:02:03 GMT
Hi, I'm new on this forum. I've been visiting LMW for some years, even writing a page on it (The lost Paul Naschy film, which Blameitonjorge talked about).
I'm from Spain, and I've been always curious on see which kind of Media pieces had been lost and recuperated. I must remember that Spain had till 1975 a Dictatorship whose censorship was big and hurtful (Some facts, a spanish comic called '13 rue del Percebe' had to delete a character, a mad scientific who was always trying to create a monster, because the law said that 'Just God can create life'). And even nowadays, the ghost of the censorship still atacking sometimes.
Recently I read the page dedicated to which could have been a big step on my national TV view: Torpedo 1936, an adult cartoon adapting the stories of the homonymous comic. It was even going to be projected on TVE, the (by then) main spanish TV Channel. It was cancelled due to the violence and erotism, just existing a pilot which (nowadays) has been just distributed on the 90s via VHS. A very rare VHS today.
It was considered lost (more when someone uploaded it on Youtube, just to be blocked and deleted)...
But I wouldn't accept that! I've been looking around Internet, exploring old blogs, exploring Emule websites, looking on buy-n-sell websites to buy a VHS copy (1. Yes, I've a VHS player of my grandpa; 2. No, I didn't find a copy to buy)... And today, the search worth it.
Ladies and Gentleman: Tic Toc (Luca Torelli es... TORPEDO)